Wednesday, January 4, 2012

Toy Trends of Today: 2012. A General Question that needs Specific Answers.

Attn: All TOY Associated People - Places - Things:

Happy New Year! It’s officially here. Say, can U tell us all ... out here:


No doubt, those Trends on the East Coast are different from those of the West Coast compared to ours, located here in the Heartland. Then, there’s all that fine TOY-age found in other Places on Planet Earth that are influenced by their particular Surroundings & WoLaL: Way of Life and Living.

Then, you certainly cannot forget those of us who are astute Vintage vs. Modern TOY Collectors. There are so many Compartments when it comes to ATT: All Things Toy. That’s what keeps us interested in them, all of them & every single one of ‘them.’

Now, as usual, I’m setting a few Trends of my own as ‘Dressing as Your Favorite Toys.’ That’s in the Plural, of course. When it comes to TOYS, my Motto is TMTM: The More The Merrier. Yes, I already have that Acronym made into Postcards. T-Shirts will be sold 4 Valentine’s Day. Mugs by the Ides of March. And, when you dress as your Favorite Toy, they don’t have to necessarily be ‘Dolls.’ They can just as easily be plush, plastic and/or robotized TOYS – whatever tickles your fancy or not so fancy (if UR a simpler Sort of Personality). However, if you’re like me – an avid and life-long TOY Collector & Enthusiast, TOYS are a daily Phenomenon & are quite addicting, like Chocolate.

While thinking & pondering about this Topic, this may just be the YEAR OF TOYS (p.e.r.i.o.d). We’re certainly lucky to have 2012 as a Leap Year that equates to one (1) more Day to collect, play & dust our Collections. We certainly have a Plethora of Varieties & an Olio of Assortments in which to pick & chooz. Maybe I just answered my own Question.

Your Turn…the Topic was: And TOY TRENDS OF 2012 are…

From ASK: Adrienne Sioux Koopersmith
Screenwriter – Author – Eventologist – Promoter
SKiN: Sacred Kinship in Nature ™
How 10 Beloved Plush Toys Redefine Race ©2009
Chicago – IL USA

Wed., Jan. 4, 2012 – 3:40 PM CST

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